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Javascript vs. Java

  1. Javascript vs Java

    Javascript and Java are NOT the same Over the last year, we’ve expanded into IT Staffing and Recruiting. In spinning that up, I’ve been doing a lot of interviews. I’ve…

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  2. A New Mission

    About a year ago, I tweaked our website and added “Improving the Lives of Software Professionals” to the bottom of the page. Most people probably didn’t notice, but it’s made…

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  3. What is “Robot Framework”? What is RPA? Learn how to tie your Robot Framework tests directly into Python code. Join us 7/24/20!

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  4. Today, I’m excited to announce my new course, “Introduction to Robot Framework” is available on Test Automation University. This course is a scaled-down, 1 hour, beginner’s version of our 5-day,…

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  5. What is “Contract Testing”? What is PACT? Are you getting the information about how your clients and services work together quickly? Join us 6/24/20!

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  6. Watch the Recording How do you inspire developers, testers, and teams to improve their testing practices and code quality? Have you ever wanted to provide greater visibility into your quality…

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  7. I doubt you’re keeping track, but if you check your inbox you’ll notice we didn’t email you about COVID-19. As I skimmed through the tsunami of email blasts a few…

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  8. Register now The widespread adoption of test automation has led to numerous challenges that range from development lifecycle integration to simple scripting strategy. Just because a scenario CAN be automated…

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  9. TSQA 2020

    This week, Beaufort Fairmont sponsored the volunteer-led regional conference TSQA2020 in Durham, NC. I also facilitated a workshop called “DevDroneOps” and presented a session on ROI in Test Automation. A…

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  10. Register now More and more teams are going through DevOps transformations. Containers are everywhere! Build pipelines are expected to be green all the time. That leaves many testers trying to…

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